Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiative. New
The Rotary Foundation will recognize CSR gifts as they recognize other gifts from corporations. Recognition may go to the owner individually or to the corporation itself, but not both. In general:
· Corporations with cumulative gifts of USD$ 500,000 or more will be recognized on the corporate donor board display in the Arch Klumph Society gallery in Evanston.
· At the request of the corporate donor, CSR gifts may be credited to the owner individually for recognition purposes, including membership in the Arch Klumph Society if the owner’s cumulative giving totals $250,000 or more.
· CSR contributions are NOT eligible for PHF points.
Rotary is currently undertaking a global review of recognition policies, which may affect CSR recognition in the future.
If you have any questions, or would like to know more about CSR funds in India please send your inquiries to: email@example.com.
Rotary Foundation (India) supports selected programs and projects of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International. Rotary Foundation (India) (“RFI”) is a society registered under the Societies Registration Act of 1860
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“I like to support the Rotary Foundation as my most preferred Choice of Charity as Individually the Impact ( that too in one Country) is much less, as compared to Rotary International which makes an Impact and difference all over the World. This promotes the World as One Family and that the World Community should live in Peace, Harmony and Prosperity.”
M. Radhakrishnan, Arch Klumph Society Member.
“The joy of sharing is a unique experience and it gives me immense satisfaction that deserving people somewhere in the world are the beneficiaries.”
Betty Karan, Arch Klumph Society Member
You’ve Helped Raise…
As of 31st Mar 2017
USD 6.48 m equivalent to ₹43.72 Cr.
Rotary Grants Disbursed
As of 31st Mar 2017
USD 10.23 m equivalent to ₹69.23Cr
India is at no. 2 worldwide in terms of total contributions with an aggregate of USD 15.38 million. To know the details of TRF district contribution summary, please click here(PDF) to download it.
The next Rotary Foundation (India) Executive Committee meeting is scheduled on Wednesday 15 March 2017.